Laser hair removal is very popular for facial areas such as upper lip, chin, cheeks and neck. It is often the part of the body that people are most self-conscious about, but actually a very common area to be treated with laser hair removal.
Laser hair removal can certainly be helpful in reducing, thinning and slowing hair growth – making it much more manageable. We would normally suggest stopping waxing, threading, plucking and bleaching 3 – 4 weeks before commencing laser treatment. However, shaving and trimming prior to and in-between laser treatments is fine. Make up should be removed prior to treatment.
We can treat most areas on the face, apart from inside the nose and ears and underneath eyebrows. The area between the eyebrows and above the eyebrows can be treated. Hair must be either brown or black to be effectively treated. If the hair is extremely fine and downy, it may not be suitable for laser treatment. If you are struggling with excess facial hair, laser hair removal is a great option to consider.
At Complete Lasercare, we offer free consultations and patch-testing with experienced, registered nurses. Please either fill in our contact form or call us on 020 7467 8526 to arrange an appointment.
This article was written by Jane Keena of Complete LaserCare.
Jane qualified as a registered nurse in 1986 at Queen Alexandra Hospital Portsmouth and worked as a senior nurse in the NHS until 2001.
She left to pursue a career in laser hair removal, initially working for Boots the Chemist where she was appointed laser protection supervisor and gained a BTEC award in Laser and Intense Light Hair removal in March 2001.